Friday, October 23, 2009

Shop update


They're in! Click on photo to get to etsy the fast way. :)

Quick explanation of a minor change: In the past I have always created quilt kits that included backing fabric. That has slowly become the trickiest part for me because I don't have access to huge amounts of yardage and many people wanted the same pieces and I didn't have them. I am still listing a few kits with specific backing yardage, but I also decided to try the option of listing kits containing everything for just the top of the quilt (binding included) at a lower price, allowing you to pick your own back from your favorite source (including your stash). You can also email me if you need fabric line recommendations.

Feedback on this change (or anything else on your mind) is definitely welcomed!

Thanks again for stopping by and have a happy fall weekend! Hopefully in a pumpkin patch or at a college football game or in front of your sewing machine.

3 comments:

  1. Oh Amy - I wish I new if the first grand baby coming in May is going to be a girl, because I would snatch up the kit with the backing! Will just have to see if it's still there when the gender is revealed!

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  2. You have a good weekend too... mine's in front of my machine and I'm loving it!

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  3. I think kits with the fabric for the quilt top are a good idea. I'd often like to buy kits but with backing it makes it too expensive, especially since I often recycle fabric lengths, as well as sheeting on sale, as inexpensive backing.

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